Seeds of Health executive director co-authors article urging Madison lawmakers to increase funding to public charter schools.
News and Announcements
The newly implemented mentoring program at Veritas in partnership with Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Metro Milwaukee was featured in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel on February 6, 2015.
Seeds of Health and the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee are pleased to announce that two of their charter schools, Tenor High School and Veritas High School, are at the top of the list of public high schools in the City of Milwaukee.
The September 21, 2014 Milwaukee Journal Sentinel featured an article written by Alan Borsuk outlining the findings of a study which focused on the characteristics of successful schools.
Both Veritas High School and Seeds of Health Elementary received the Wisconsin School of Recognition Award from the Department of Public Instruction for the 2014-2015 academic year.
"As the Executive Director of Seeds of Health, I welcome you and your child to the 2014-2015 school year!
Seeds of Health Schools Celebrate American Education Week November 16th-22nd
Staff were welcomed back to the start of the new year with a race themed welcome lunch and inspirational words from the Executive Director, Marcia Spector.
Veritas High School is proud to announce that we have been chosen by Big Brothers Big Sisters of Metro Milwaukee to partner with them to pilot Mentor2.0.
2014 graduates of Grandview, MC2, Tenor and Veritas High Schools have been offered over $3.1 million in scholarships to pursue post-secondary studies.